Events

This section provides details of events organised both by Public Health Network Cymru and by other organisations. If you would like to advertise your event on this website please e-mail: [email protected]

Registration for all Public Health Network Cymru events is through Eventbrite. If you experience any issues registering in this way please contact us.

 

Past Events
01 - 31 Oct

Shoctober

National Event

A WAST annual campaign held throughout October which aims to teach Junior pupils (Primary schools) appropriate use of 999 and life savings skills; recovery position, CPR, choking and raise awareness of Defibrillators.

16 Oct

In Wales today, there are clear opportunities to detect, diagnose and treat more people with high blood pressure. We need to find solutions to improve systems, reduce the burden on the HS and ensure fewer people develop the silent killer that is hypertension. If you are interested and can influence service improvement we want to hear from you. Register by emailing: [email protected]

24 Oct

The session will cover: A basic understanding of HIA, what it is and how it is done; the underpinning values and components of a high quality HIA; an overview of HIA in the context of current policy in Wales; a case study of a HIA in Wales; and a practical introduction to screening.

05 - 06 Nov

Rural Health and Care Wales Conference 2019

Royal Welsh Showground, Builth Wells, Powys

The conference is aimed at health and care professionals, academics, practitioners, patients and the public with an interest in rural health, well-being and care.

07 Nov

Trade, Health and Well-being Symposium

The Life Sciences Hub, Cardiff

The symposium aims to build and share knowledge on the new trade policy environment and its potential implications for health and well-being in Wales. A range of experts in public health and trade will share their insights, and the day will help build capacity and networks for engagement in this key policy area for a “Healthier Wales”.

07 Nov

A free event for members of the public. Group sessions to discuss how you can contribute to health economics research, share your ideas, thoughts, and priorities about helping to develop research studies and make research relevant to the people of Wales.

14 Nov

Right here, will look at the importance of people with a learning disability of all ages being seen, heard, included and valued in all walks of life. Like at school, college, work, home, community, arts, leisure and positions of authority and expertise.

20 Nov

This event will recognise the journey that the UNCRC has been on in Wales to date, as well as looking what needs to be achieved in the future.

28 Nov

In partnership with Renewable UK Cymru. The Sustainable Academy Awards recognise the inspirational people and projects from across Wales that are helping to deliver at least one of the seven national goals of the Well-being of Future Generations Act, contributing to the environmental, social, cultural and economic sustainability of life in Wales. The event builds on the success of the Wales Green Energy Awards and the Sustain Wales Awards and will celebrate sustainability excellence, innovation and leadership across Wales. The Awards recognise work being done by individuals, community groups and the public sector, as well as small and large businesses.

04 Dec

This seminar will focus on raising the quality of health and social care in Wales, the future for inspection and regulation, and recruitment, development and support of the workforce.

29 Jan

This seminar will consider challenges and opportunities around improving mental health and wellbeing in Wales. It is timed to follow the recent Welsh Government consultation on priorities for the final 2019-2022 phase of the Together for Mental Health strategy.

12 Feb

The session will cover: A basic understanding of HIA, what it is and how it is done; the underpinning values and components of a high quality HIA; an overview of HIA in the context of current policy in Wales; a case study of a HIA in Wales; and a practical introduction to screening.